Friday
SESSION 79: MORE CAROTID NEW DEVELOPMENT TOPICS RELATED TO TCAR, NEW DEVICES, MESH COVERED STENTS, MINI-INCISION CEA, TIMING OF TREATMENT, MEDICAL TREATMENT AND DEALING WITH DISTAL (HIGH) CAROTID LESIONS
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
Moderators:Richard J. Powell, MD / Wei Zhou, MD / Frank J. Veith, MD  
SESSION 79 SCHEDULE
10:30 AM - 10:35 AM Comparative Cost Effectiveness Of TCAR, CEA, TFCAS: CEA Is More Cost Effective Than TCAR And TCAR Is More Cost Effective Than TFCAS
  Presenter(s):Mohammad H. Eslami, MD, MPH  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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10:36 AM - 10:41 AM

Power Point Presentation with Synched Audio
Is TCAR Yet Ready To Replace CEA: Not So Fast: We Still Need Further Proof And More Studies Including An RCT
  Presenter(s):Bruce A. Perler, MD, MBA  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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10:42 AM - 10:47 AM Value Of Lithotripsy (Shockwave) For CAS In Heavily Calcified Lesions: How To Do It Safely And Technical Tips: Limitations And Precautions: A Quick Word About The Value Of Lithotripsy In All Vascular Beds
  Presenter(s):Karthik Kasirajan, MD / Max Amor, MD  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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10:48 AM - 10:53 AM

Power Point Presentation with Synched Audio
Value Of Mesh Covered Stents With TCAR: Is It The Best Of All Worlds: Limitations
  Presenter(s):Ralf R. Kolvenbach, MD  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
10:54 AM - 10:59 AM OCT Proves CAS Is Rendered Safer Because Emboli Are Decreased By Mesh Covered Stents: The Evidence And What It Shows About The Interaction Between Stent And Plaque
  Presenter(s):Carlo Setacci, MD / Francesco Setacci, MD  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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11:00 AM - 11:05 AM Minimal Incision CEA (MICE) Versus TCAR: Cost Effectiveness, Advantages And Limitations Of Both
  Presenter(s):Robert M. Proczka, MD, PhD  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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11:06 AM - 11:12 AM Panel Discussion
TIMING OF CAROTID INTERVENTIONS AFTER SYMPTOM ONSET
11:12 AM - 11:17 AM Optimal Timing Of Carotid Revascularization (CEA, TFCAS, TCAR) After Symptom Onset: Within 48 Hours Risk Is Increased For All Procedures; After 48 Hours Risk Is Less With CEA And TCAR Than With TFCAS: Based On A Large National Database Study
  Presenter(s):Mahmoud B. Malas, MD, MHS  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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11:18 AM - 11:23 AM DEBATE: Itís Reasonable To Perform CEA Within 48 Hours After A Strokeís Symptoms Start: Under What Conditions And What Precautions Should Be Taken
  Presenter(s):R. Clement Darling III, MD  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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11:24 AM - 11:29 AM DEBATE: Not So Fast: If The Presenting Stroke Is Severe By NIH Severity Score, The Outcome Of Urgent Interventions (CEA, CAS, TCAR, Etc.) Is Poor: Should They Be Avoided
  Presenter(s):Hernan A. Bazan, MD, DFSVS, FACS  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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11:30 AM - 11:35 AM When Is CEA Within 48 Hours Of Stroke Symptom Onset Necessary: What Are The Risks: How To Make It Reasonably Safe: When Is It Totally Contraindicated
  Presenter(s):Domenico Valenti, DMChir, PhD, FRCS, FRCS(Ed), FEBVS  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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11:36 AM - 11:41 AM

Power Point Presentation with Synched Audio
What Is The Best Medical Treatment For Patients With Carotid Stenosis (Asymptomatic And Symptomatic): Can High Risk Plaques Be Made Low Risk And Can They Be Made Smaller: Are Some Plaques Resistant To Medical Treatment And Why
  Presenter(s):J. David Spence, MD  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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11:42 AM - 11:47 AM Technical Tips And Maneuvers To Make Treatment Of High Carotid Lesions Safe And Relatively Simple
  Presenter(s):Richard J. Powell, MD  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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11:48 AM - 11:53 AM

Power Point Presentation with Synched Audio
CEA And CAS For Asymptomatic Carotid Stenosis (ACS) Cause More Cognitive Impairment Than They Prevent: How To Get Non-Compliant ACS Patients To Comply With Medical Treatment By Showing Them Their Duplex Scans And Pictures Of Threatening Plaques
  Presenter(s):J. David Spence, MD  
Location: Grand Ballroom East, 3rd Floor
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11:54 AM - 12:00 PM Panel Discussion
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Panel Discussion
END OF SESSION 79
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